# Tagged Questions

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### Fractals - when the number of seed shapes that can fit into the scaled-up copy is non-integer.

I've heard people say (for eg. here) that the dimension of fractal patterns (particularly, in this question, Lindenmayer fractals) can be formulated as follows: $$D=\frac{\ln N}{\ln S}$$ Where $N$ ...
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### T-shaped polygons

Is there any coefficient that can indicate T-shaped polygons ? Examples of T-shaped polygons:
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### Number of differently-sized squares needed to fill a rectangle; is there a visible formula? [Pattern spotting]

Consider a game in which we tile a given rectangle with the largest squares that will fit. We record the number of squares of each size that we can use, until the rectangle is completely covered. ...
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### Making the Smallest Number of Mistakes Possible

I have the following problem. I have a set of $k$ labelled points, $\left\{\mathbf{x}_i, y_i\right\}_{i=1}^{k}$, where $\mathbf{x}_i\in \mathbb{R}^{2}$, and $y_i\in\left\{-1,1\right\}$. I want to ...
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### Mapping an object's projected 3D path to a pre-defined top-down 2D path.

The title of the question may be misleading and the context simpler. Please suggest more appropriate tags for this question. Consider looking at a plane from two different perspectives. Perspective ...
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### Pattern matching circle, square or triangle

I have a set of x, y co-ordinates that are actually taken from hand drawings of a circle, square or a triangle. Using the set of points, I need to mathematically find if the points approximately fit a ...